Treasurer Curtis Pitt has wrapped up the first leg of his Trade and Investment mission and said Japan should be front of mind for Queensland businesses and investors looking for new opportunities.
Three new Joint Response teams will start operating across Queensland this year as part of a new trial between Child Safety and the Queensland Police Service.
Queensland’s global reputation as Australia's Startup State continues to gain momentum as startups attracted from around the world choose to make the state their business base.
The Palaszczuk Government is encouraging people to think about their gambling habits as part of Responsible Gambling Awareness Week, which starts today (Monday).
Minister for Fire and Emergency Services Mark Ryan and Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Katarina Carroll today announced a major fundraising initiative to secure life-saving equipment for critically ill children across the state.
The Palaszczuk Government is making it easier for small businesses to operate through its commitment to reducing red tape.
The State Government will invest up to $7.5 million over the next four years to make an extra 100,000 free and discounted car parking spaces available at public hospitals each year, as part of a four-point plan to improve hospital car parking access across Queensland.
The Cannonvale State School community today celebrated the opening of a new $5 million Junior Learning Precinct.
The Palaszczuk Government is firmly positioning Queensland as the Small Business State, allocating more than three million dollars in grants to over 600 small businesses during the past financial year.
Queensland’s most vulnerable children will have a more certain and stable future under proposed changes to the Child Protection Act 1999.
Industrial Relations Minister, Grace Grace, has welcomed the appointment of Broncos captain Darius Boyd as the inaugural Mates in Construction ambassador.
Eleven successful Queensland AgTech startups will early next month be part of a delegation to Tel Aviv, Israel - a global leader in innovation.
The Palaszczuk Government is seeking expressions of interest from organisations to host the new Rural Economies Centre of Excellence.
The Queensland Minister for the Great Barrier Reef, Steven Miles, has slammed the Federal Government’s proposal today to decrease the Coral Sea marine park protected area by 76 per cent.
Queensland trade, our bio-economy, abundant investment opportunities and the upcoming Gold Coast Commonwealth Games will be the hot topics as part of Queensland Trade and Investment Missions being led to Asia and Canada next week.
The Palaszczuk Government has unveiled the latest educational tool that takes the CrocWise message into the classrooms of school students in croc country.
The Palaszczuk Government has responded to the Mareeba community’s concerns about crocodile safety by changing the Queensland Crocodile Management Plan (QCMP) to allow the targeting of all crocodiles for removal within certain Mareeba Shire Council areas.
The Palaszczuk Government will deploy cutting-edge bioacoustic recognition and drones in a hi-tech effort to find and protect koalas in South East Queensland.
An independent scientific report released today reveals the dangers to Queensland’s threatened species caused by land clearing.
A new coding competition for Queensland school students will uncover our emerging digital creators and innovators and drive a new focus on digital learning.
Strawberry lovers will have a new Queensland-bred favourite to sink their teeth into this season, and growers are licking their lips in anticipation.
Queensland’s Chief Scientist Professor Suzanne Miller will chair a new expert panel to advise on fisheries management and the implementation of the Palaszczuk Government’s extensive reform strategy.
Prawn farmers in the Logan and Albert River catchments whose operations have been disrupted by White Spot Disease can now apply for up to $3 million in low interest finance to aid their recovery.
The Palaszczuk Government will stop industries in Swanbank from taking on noxious rubbish that produces offensive odours for the residential areas nearby.
The Queensland Government’s First Start and Sustainability Loans are now open for application again, with more funding and lower interest rates.